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“A Glance on Imran Khan’s Government”

By:Sher Zada Since coming in power the current government has been hammered by the opposition for a number of issues which are staged on everywhere by the leaders of opposition. Although the conditions in which the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) took the bridles of government were severe and speculated by the local policy experts and the foreign media a sign to …

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2019 for Men in green

Zeerak Bilal Satti, Year started with Pakistan touring South Africa. Pakistan lost against Proteas on all formats. Test series was one sided affair and Pakistan could not able to come closer to South Africa. Only highlight of the series for Pakistan was Babar Azam who batted really well especially against Dale Steyn. He played him beautifully. But in One day’s …

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How will Imran Khan’s dream come true?

  Tall order, but possible By Syed Zeeshan Haider In his first address to the nation, Imran Khan expressed his dream of bringing about a revolution in Pakistan. However, the reality is that Pakistan has very limited resources. Our export sector has been destroyed and Pakistan imports most of its products. Currency reserves have almost been exhausted. Water and electricity …

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PAKISTAN NAVY SHIPS VOYAGE TO TANZANIA: IMPROVING SHARED TIES

Written by,  Ali Basit Since ancient times, oceans and rivers were seen as the first road to explore the world. They are the fundamental fabric that binds all our lands and considered to be conveyor belts connecting civilizations and charting the course of human progress. The continents with all their natural wealth have provided the trust for sea bound explorations …

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Drug Addiction

Arooj Fatima                                                                       Latter to the Editor Universities and colleges have become thriving markets for drug dealers. Use of drugs in movies and TV shows is further …

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Royalty of coal reserves for Thar: Nutrition must be priority

By Dr. Abdul Razak Shaikh, Tharparkar, the largest desert terrain in Pakistan is home to a population of 1.5 million. Unlike other deserts across the world, the Tharparkar desert is not barren and dry, its flora and fauna flourish during the monsoon season, transforming its sand dunes to rolling green hills. The district is ranked the lowest amongst provincial socioeconomic …

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PAKISTAN NAVY SHIPS IN CAPE TOWN: TRESPASSING JOINT RELATIONS WITH AFRICA

By Ali Basit, Today we live in an uncertain world where a man-made crisis or a natural disaster can cause an immense suffering to mankind. In today’s globalised world, our economies are extensively dependent upon sea as it carries the bulk of the world trade. Therefore, Freedom of the seas is inevitable and exclusively a key to economic prosperity. Any …

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Ensure meritocracy in SPSC

Aisha Lareb Memon                                            Latter to the Editor SPSC (Sindh Public Service Commission) is a provincial job recruiting agency, which is a ray of hope for many Sindhis. It has recently taken screening test 2020 for multiple posts as well …

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Student Unions

Raja Abdul Basit Khan  Student unions are the nurseries of leadership and natural leadership comes out from these institutions. They hold debates between students from opposing parties. This helps create tolerance for differing viewpoints and helps students learn the ‘agree to disagree’ approach. Students learn the power of a vote and leaders learn that they must be humble or face …

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CAB AND THE SECULAR PLURALISM OF INDIA IN QUESTION.

Raesa Fatima ([email protected]) BA Honor GCU Lhr The Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) has been passed on 10th December, 2019 in India which has raised several questions against the rhetoric of BJP government. This bill, in the first place, goes against the Indian Constitution’s preamble itself which declares that India is a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic state. The bill which …

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